TweetA year in review Q&A by Reporter Paul Brennan (formerly of Watchdog.org) with Jason Bedrick, policy analyst at the Center for Educational Freedom Cato Institute. What were the three best or most promising[…]
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TweetOn September 22, 2015, Bruno Behrend, The Heartland Institute’s senior fellow for education policy, debated Troy LaRaviere, principal of Blaine Elementary School, and James Thindwa, the community engagement coordinator for[…]
TweetNevada passed education savings accounts (ESA), which Gov. Brian Sandoval is expected to sign into law. Nevada becomes the first state to allow ESAs in a universal manner where all students[…]
They can use the funds for expenses such as tutoring, private tuition, special education services, books, computers, and online and in-person classes. They can even save remaining funds for college.